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GameAnax Racing Ahead with Go Karts - Now a "What’s Hot" App on iTunes

Jan 31 2014, 2:16am CST | by

GameAnax’s Go Karts has added another feather in its cap with Apple considering the game in its "What’s Hot" category. Go Karts is topping the world wide iTunes charts with an outstanding performance on app store.

Sugar Land, TX, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com)-- GameAnax’s Go Karts is continuing its remarkable performance on iTunes. From getting ranked in Top 50, to achieving the "New and Noteworthy" feature...

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GameAnax Racing Ahead with Go Karts - Now a "What’s Hot" App on iTunes

Jan 31 2014, 2:16am CST | by

GameAnax’s Go Karts has added another feather in its cap with Apple considering the game in its "What’s Hot" category. Go Karts is topping the world wide iTunes charts with an outstanding performance on app store.

Sugar Land, TX, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com)-- GameAnax’s Go Karts is continuing its remarkable performance on iTunes. From getting ranked in Top 50, to achieving the "New and Noteworthy" feature, Go Karts has truly come very far. With its latest accomplishment of being in the "What’s Hot" category of iTunes, this fast-paced 3D Kart racing game has achieved major landmarks since its launch on the app store.

Talking about Go Kart’s inclusion in the "What’s Hot" category, Jigar Panchal, Head of Mobile Games said, “We are truly excited and overwhelmed with such a commendable performance. We are confident that Go Karts will achieve many successes in the near future.”

Go Karts is a fast paced racer aiming to give real racing thrill to gamers. Go Karts is loaded with exciting features to deliver an exciting gameplay simulating the thrill of real racing. The gameplay is simple yet challenging. The 11 tracks challenge the user to tackle their Karts on the various twists and turns of the realistic tracks. The tracks provide the ultimate challenge to the gamers who need to maneuver their Karts on the various hair-pin bends and tricky turns with extreme skills. The personalized driving controls of the game allow the gamers to accelerate and brake according to their whims and desires.

Gamers can start the race with beginners’ level and as and when they attain the required skills, they can move to higher levels like Intermediate and Expert levels. Power-packed races like Qualifier Round, Knockout Round and Championship Round guarantee that the gamers get an exciting racing experience. Exciting races escalate the competitive feeling among the players making them race with full on energy and vigor.

The game features the design and layout of some of the world’s best known racing tracks like Jim Hall Track Time, Monarto Karting Complex, Lydd Kart Circuit, Mosport International and many more. The realistic tracks of Go Karts amplify the thrill of racing in this exciting game.

Enlarging on the importance of receiving this accolade, Kalpesh Purohit, Head of Gaming Department said, “Apple considering our game for their ‘What’s Hot’ category is a milestone for us. We are proud that Go Karts have achieved such a major goal for itself.” He further added that his team has really worked hard to make Go Karts an ultimate 3D Karting race for the gaming community.

Contact Information:
GameAnax
Kalpesh Purohit
+281 712 1225
Contact via Email
http://gokarts.gameanax.com/

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